The Queen Mary Strike Ends 1947

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    Southampton, Hampshire. The Queen Mary Strike ends.

    MS the liner ship 'Queen Mary' in Southampton dock at night.

    MS seamen & police hanging about on quay.

    LS a Turkish bath attendant turned chef goes up the gangplank.

    MS the gangplank is hoisted and the ship prepares to sail. (delayed through fog).

    CU workers at strikers meeting.

    LS GV of meeting with leader speaking (natural sound).

    LS men marching noisily back to the liner after deciding to return to work.

    LS they walk aboard.

    LS Passengers looking over the side of the ship.

    MS Ropes are cast.

    CU the liner moving out of its berth.

    MS Good 3/4 shot of the liner, enveloped in smoke, escorted by tugs, with seagulls wheeling round, as she sets off in the twilight.

    LS Side view of the ship steaming out to sea.

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    01:19:02:00 / 01:20:41:00
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